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Roll your own transit system

Rumpy Tunanator

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Nice, for 50 bucks I can start my own jitney public transportation company.

Needs a little work after that firebombing it received, but I think I can make this work.
 

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mendelman

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Oh my god, that is awesome!

Those are the same model of Flxibles that I drove at UM. I would feel right at home.

A 50 ft transit bus for $200, not bad.

EDIT: Wait! This crappy Lumina:
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has a higher bid than this bus:
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I guess people are scared by owning a bus. Wusses!
 

Dan

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I'd be surprised if some Mexican city doesn't take advantage of these buses. Most Mexican cities use surplused school buses from the US for their transit systems. A real transit bus would be quite a step up.

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In a similar vein, if you wanted to, you could shop on eBay, and start your own very special transit system.
 

michaelskis

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OHHHHH I want one... do you know how pimp that would be if done up right... I wonder how many ski racks I could bolt to the roof.
 

SkeLeton

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Hmmm.. no subway trains? Here, most of the trains are from 1973.. and they're french... I mean freedom. :p
Though we do have a few from 1998-2001 (also from France)
 

Rem

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I reckon they'll start showing up in Donk's old neighbouhood with a rainwater tank and outhouse attached.
 

JNA

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michaelskis said:
... I wonder how many ski racks I could bolt to the roof


Have you ever seen in ski areas (Summit County, CO) their transit system has the racks mounted on the passenger side and are vertical.
 
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